In your last picture, what organizer system are you using? And I like the rack you made to hold them... :thumb:
The raw metal has its own appeal - so don't go rush to paint it yet... :cooldude:
I like the idea of using a 3d-printed drill guide! nice thought.
I don't think my wife would let me have that anywhere in the house, let alone on my desk... :happy: it would scare the kids.
wow, and is it stable? it looks like all the weight is forward. amazing!
nice. i was wondering how that was going to fit on a desk or in a workspace - this works!
I see Monaco, Bahrain, Singapore, and Silverstone -...
awesome! It may be worth it to remove the bar codes on the sides of the fans...
wow, amazing work - I would be very intimidated to try that. Well done!
You have to be careful. If you camoflage everything, you won't be able to see it when you are done!! :grin:
Great job on the painting!
no more raw metal... :-(
But this can be good too!
Amazing and impressive!
You'll have a RJ45 on the front? for attaching a laptop or something? interesting idea. Would it just be a pass-through to a second LAN cable...
hard drive mount?
I decided to experiment a little. I have seen build logs where people have set a knurled nut into acrylic by heating it with a soldering iron,...
I received my acrylic scoring tool in the mail, and it works SOOO much better than a utility knife. I'm sure saws would still work better and...
The bottom of the case is a little flimsy, so I decided to add some reinforcement there, and to provide structure for case feet, and add a little...
I took some sheet metal scraps that I had cut out of the case and cut them to become fan brackets for the front of the case. I did some rough...
Great progress, and I like your Swiss Army Tank shirt.
How are the magnets attached? do they come with an adhesive pad, or do you use epoxy, or something else?
Perfect - compliments the case very well!
And the whole project is fabulous! well done!
Does your wife need a new computer... hint hint
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